Winter scene of a man hitching up a team of dogs in a residential area of Seward, Alaska. Two women and another man stand nearby and a house stands in background. 1905-1915. Original photograph size: 3 3/16" x 3 3/8".
View of a cemetery in Seward, Alaska surrounded by small buildings. Possibly in the present day (2004) area between Second and Third Avenue near railway. ca. 1905-1915. Original photograph size: 3 1/4" x 5 1/4".
Early cemetery in Seward, Alaska, with buildings in the background. Cemetery is possibly in the area of what is now (as of 2004) between Second and Third Avenues near the railroad. ca. 1905-1915. Original photograph size: 3" x 3 1/4".
Cabins and small buildings built against the base of the mountain in Seward, Alaska. A small group of people stand in the center of the photograph in the midst of stumps and bush. ca. 1905-1915. Original photograph size: 3" x 5 5/16".
View of Seward, Alaska, as seen from Resurrection Bay. Buildings, tents, and railroad cars line the waterfront. The railway company office is the large light-colored building at the far right. Mount Marathon is in the background. From verso:...
Two women and a boy sit on the edge of Lowell Creek in Seward, Alaska. Seward Light and Power Company headgate is visible in the distance. From verso: "Headgate S.L. & Power to Seward." 1905-1915. Original photograph size: 3 1/4" x 4 3/16".
Seward, Alaska waterfront as seen from the dock at the end of Fourth Avenue. Buildings and tents line the waterfront and three skiffs are anchored between the dock and the beach. 1905-1915. Original photograph size: 3 1/8" x 4".
Five men pose in front of a small building partially constructed of metal sheeting in Seward, Alaska. Split firewood is stacked on either side of the doorway. 1905-1915. Original photograph size: 2 3/16" x 3 1/8".
Six men and dogs posed on the steps of warehouse C of the Alaska Central Railway Company in Seward, Alaska, with dog at right. Signs on building read: "Alaska Central R[ailwa]y Freight and Ticket Office" and "Warehouse C." ca. 1905-1915. Original...